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Nina Dorothy Albright was a Golden Age comic book artist.

Albright worked on comic books through studios like Funnies Inc., L.B. Cole and Bernard Bailey in the 1940s. For Novelty Press in New York, she worked on comic titles like Young King Cole, Lem the Grem, Dr. Doom, Bull's Eye Bill and The Cadet, which appeared in Novelty Press publications like most. She also worked on Fiction House features like Captain Terry Thunder, Hooks Devlin, Inspector Dayton and Senorita Rio. In 1945, she created Comandette, a heroine featured in Star-Studded Comics #1 published by Cambridge House[1]. She also worked for Holyoke (Miss Victory, Molly O'Moore, Mr Nobody), Aviation Press (Black Venus) and illustrated romance stories for Timely (Junior Miss)[2], St. John, and Ziff-Davis up until the early 1950s. By then, she switched to illustrating, working for magazines like American Girl and the Polly French series.[3]

BibliographyEdit

  • 4Most (1941) v3#3-4, v4#1, v5#2, 4, v6#2-5, v7#1-6, v8#1-5
  • Atomic Bomb Comics (1946) #1
  • Best Romance (1952) #6
  • Blazing Comics (1944) v2#1
  • Captain Aero Comics (1941) v3#11, 13, v4#3, #21-25, 28, 30-32
  • Champ Comics (1940) #14
  • Contact Comics (1944) #2, 5
  • Fight Comics (1940) #30
  • Four Favorites (1941) #20
  • Jumbo Comics (1938) #51, 54-59
  • Jungle Comics (1940) #47
  • Pictorial Romances (1950) #19
  • Star Studded Comics (1945) one-shot
  • Super-Mystery Comics (1940) v5#2
  • Suspense Comics (1943) #2-3, 10
  • Target Comics (1940 series) v6#7, 9-10, v7#2-12, v8#1-12, v9#1-12, v10#1-3
  • Teen-Age Romances (1949) #30-31, 40
  • Teen-Age Temptations (1952) #2
  • Terrific Comics (1944) #1, 6
  • TNT Comics (1946) #1
  • Young King Cole (1945) v1#3-4, v2#1-2, 5, 7, v3#6, 8-9
  • Zoom Comics (1945) one-shot

SourcesEdit

  1. Public Domain Superheroes wiki
  2. Atlas Tales
  3. Lambiek.net profile

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